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Liability-Driven Investing

Delivering Customized Dynamic Liability-Driven Investing Solutions

We provide customized investment solutions for pension plans seeking to improve their funded status and reduce risk.

Liability-Driven Investing (LDI)

For institutional investors

Securian Asset Management provides a breadth of customized institutional investment solutions that seek to exceed liability return requirements while managing funded status volatility within pension plan risk appetites. We have experienced consultative investment professionals and a strong history of investing to meet pension risk transfer and other long-dated liabilities. 

Customized dynamic LDI capabilities

We design customized institutional investment solutions that help clients achieve their goals by utilizing our long-standing experience in liability-driven asset allocation with the ability to evolve with funded status.

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Investment perspectives

Securian Asset Management's own Craig Stapleton and other industry experts discuss Liability-Driven Investing for defined benefit pension plans on this Asset TV Masterclass panel.

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The Liability-Driven Investing team

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Craig Stapleton, CFA, FRM

Chief Investment Officer, Investment Strategies and Risk

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Jeremy Gogos, Ph.D., CFA

Vice President & Portfolio Manager

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Merlin Erickson

Vice President & Portfolio Manager

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Michael Anderson, CFA

Portfolio Manager

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